Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers
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|Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers|
|Directed by||Robert Greenwald|
|Produced by||Robert Greenwald|
|Music by||Tree Adams|
|Editing by||Carla Gutierrez|
|Distributed by||Brave New Films|
|Running time||75 minutes|
Specifically, the film claims four major contractors - Blackwater, K.B.R.-Halliburton, CACI and Titan - are over-billing the U.S. government and doing substandard work while endangering the lives of American soldiers and private citizens. The documentary contends these companies are composed of ex-military and ex-government workers who unethically help their companies get and keep enormous contracts and milk the American taxpayer.
Halliburton contends the film is "yet another rehash of inaccurate, recycled information." During filming, Greenwald had requested interviews with the contractors, but they turned him down.